Alice-Anne Psaltis is a researcher and educator interested in the intersection of art, politics, and place. She studied art history at the University of Queensland, Australia and an MA Art and Politics at Goldsmiths, University of London. Alice-Anne has worked in education and public programs at the University of Queensland Art Museum, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Royal College of Art, and Whitechapel Gallery, where she is currently Programme Coordinator of the MA Curating Art and Public Programmes with London South Bank University.
Her recent projects examine the political potentials of images and places and include Storied Walks: Meanjin/Brisbane (2022), figments (2021), and Spectres of Smyrna (2020). She is also co-founder of tent, a London-based reading group and editorial collective focusing on tentative and temporary practices and gestures.